Bob and Doug McKenzie were the comic masterpieces of Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, a set of Canadian performers who all initial rose to popularity as members from the SCTV troupe. Bob and Doug originally emerged within an SCTV sketch because the sibling hosts of the Canadian show known as The Great Light North; portraying the McKenzie brothers as beer-swilling imbeciles, the skit had taken an agreeable swipe at Canuck stereotypes — dressed up in parkas and touques (i.e., knit stocking-caps), extoling the virtues of back again bacon and donuts, and peppering their goofy dialogue with capture phrases like “You hoser!,” “Remove!” as well as the ubiquitous “Eh,” the McKenzies embodied the picture from the drunken, dim-witted Canadian broadly accepted by People in america as gospel truth. After making a strong pursuing among SCTV audiences, Moranis and Thomas documented a McKenzie Brothers recording, 1982’s Grammy-nominated THE FANTASTIC White colored North. The record demonstrated highly successful, achieving the Top Ten because of the novelty strike “REMOVE,” a duet with Rush’s Geddy Lee. A film present soon adopted, and Unusual Brew, created and aimed by Moranis and Thomas, made an appearance in 1984; a surreal retelling of Hamlet arranged largely in the fictitious Canadian brewery, the film fared badly at the package workplace during its theatrical launch, but grew in stature to become perennial cult favorite. Still, the movie’s preliminary failing brought an abrupt end towards the McKenzies’ living; while Moranis continued to celebrity in movies like Little Store of Horrors and Honey, I Shrunk the youngsters, Thomas kept a lesser profile, later becoming a member of the cast from the sitcom Elegance Under Open fire. Unexpectedly, the duo donned their previous Bob and Doug outfits in 1997 to reunite for the television place hawking Molson beverage.